Zsa’s husband Zsa Gabor goes to bury his ashes in Budapest 4 and a half years after death: “His last trip”

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A part of Zsa Zsa GaborHis ashes were buried in Budapest this week, almost five years after his death.

The Hollywood icon (a socialite born in Budapest and great-aunt of Paris Hilton) passed away on December 18, 2016, of a heart attack at age 99. On Tuesday, Gabor’s husband, Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, traveled to London, then to Germany, then to Hungary with three quarters of Gabor’s total remains in order to bury them in Budapest, according to Reuters. The others stay in Los Angeles.

“She was first class, she had her own seat and she had her passport, everything was there. It was her last trip, she always went first class, she had her champagne, her caviar,” von Anhalt told the point of sale. “And then we got to Budapest.… That’s what she wanted and that’s what she had in her last will. She absolutely wanted to be in Budapest because her father is buried here too.”

In January 2017, about a month after Gabor’s death, her ninth husband spoke out against allegations that he was holding his wife’s ashes against the will of his estate. At the time, Sixth page reported that von Anhalt said the actress’ ashes would be buried with her father in Budapest.

Zsa Zsa Gabor

Zsa Zsa Gabor

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“I had a church service and then I took the ballot box home, which is a normal thing to do, ”he told PEOPLE at the time. “She’s standing on the fireplace and that’s it. This is my urn, this is my wife’s urn, and i will do what i want with it. “

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Zsa Zsa Gabor

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A tan intimate funeral service organized at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills following his death, Gabor’s ashes were placed in a rectangular gold box and placed in the center of the stage next to long-stemmed pink roses.

During his speech at the ceremony, von Anhalt recounted how he met his wife, explaining that when he first arrived in Los Angeles from Germany, his publicity team encouraged him to take a photo with a Hollywood celebrity. Von Anhalt said he paid $ 5,000 to have a photographer find him a beautiful actress to pose with, and Gabor was the first star they found. The resulting photo made the cover of a magazine in Germany, and von Anhalt even had a copy of a magazine to show the service.

He also brought Gabor’s dog carrying case, explaining that her dogs were like people to her and that the case accompanied them all over the world.

Announce it death in december 2016, Gabor representative Ed Lozzi said in a statement: “I am glad that she is finally out of her misery. For the past five years, Zsa Zsa has suffered from chronic dementia, locked in her mansion lying on a hospital bed and fed through tubes in her navel, unable to speak, see, write or hear. Neither know who she was nor how famous she was. “

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